Is your dog happy? Ten common misconceptions about dog behaviour

It is difficult to refer to what dogs, as a collective, like and dislike and how they behave. Just as humans do, dogs all...
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Why decisions to desex male dogs just got more complicated

Behavioural problems in male dogs may be affected by how early in their life they are desexed, according to a study published today in PLOS...

Your very first puppy: Turning around bad habits

Bringing up a puppy is similar to bringing up a child; the habits learned in its early years will stick for the rest of...

Pets under the rental property pinch

New analysis suggests that pets are being squeezed out of the rental market. SPONSORED BY TERRI SCHEER INSURANCE Only eight currently available rental properties in Sydney...

The growing demand for pet-friendly workplaces

The times, they are a-changin’ when it comes to families. By Deborah McPhee - Associate Professor, Human Resources Management and Occupational Health and Safety at The...

Easy pets or fast dogs? The problem with labelling greyhounds

Racing greyhounds suffered around 5,000 injuries last year, and more than 900 were put down. As many as 257 animals were destroyed at the trackside, another...

Five diseases you can catch from pets

Love them or hate them, it is hard to get away from pets. And even if you don’t own one yourself, you are likely...

Your very first puppy: Home Training Tips

Training your new puppy at home can take patience and will be a period of adjustment for all involved. Once you're settled, that's where...

Pet insider: Summer grass seeds

Guest post – Pet Insurance  Those pesky seeds are causing havoc once again for unsuspecting dogs and their loving owners. “It’s that time of year when we...

Your very first puppy: Getting settled in

Introducing your new puppy into your home can be a daunting experience with new environments, smells and noises in their surroundings. Today, Bondi Vet...